Although a window replacement is less disruptive when compared to other home improvements, you’d still want to prepare your home for the project. This way, the remodel will be smooth sailing from start to finish. Homecraft® Inc., the area’s leading provider of quality replacement windows, wants to share with you the essentials of getting your window replacement done quickly.
Windows can improve the way your living room looks and works. With countless design possibilities, putting the right elements together is always tricky. [Read more…]
Finding the right replacement windows can be tricky. Some homeowners look for practical, smoothly operating windows. Others look for those that can fit different designs, and look stylish. At Homecraft® Inc., we want to provide you with the best in terms of performance and appearance with our ProVia® Endure™ Replacement Windows. Discover what makes them so special today.
When you’re shopping around for replacement windows, knowing the different parts can help you make sense of the myriad options available. It also gives you the confidence to choose the exact types of windows your home needs. Here’s our overview of the parts that you will find in just about every window.
While winter brings light and warmth to your home as the family gathers for holiday festivities, it can also compromise your indoor comfort. The cold weather can also lead to a surge in your heating costs.
There’s no better time to tackle home improvement than now. If you’ve delayed some discretionary renovations over the years, then you might want to pursue them in preparation for the holidays. After all, any project promises to add tremendous value to your home. Consumer confidence is high despite current political anxiety, and many homeowners believe that home values will continue their upward trend in the future. [Read more…]
Due to their classic appeal, bay and bow windows are suited for almost any traditional American home, including Victorian, Ranch, Colonial, Cape Cod and Tudor. Many homeowners love their unique, protruding style, as this lends their home architectural interest. With their beautiful structure, curves and old-world charm, they have the ability to boost and completely transform your curb appeal. [Read more…]
Another excellent option for your traditional home is the casement window. This is the second most prevalent window style for historic homes in America, trailing the double hung by a hair. Casement windows are particularly more common to homes with European Medieval heritage, such as Tudor, and to some early 20th-Century American styles, including the Craftsman design. Although they have a simpler look than double-hung windows, they bring superior functionality and accessibility to the table. [Read more…]
You can’t get more traditional than double hung windows, which are the most common windows found on American homes. Introduced by scientist and inventor Robert Hooke in the 17th century, this window style lets homeowners experience a classic home design that offers maximum functionality. They remain popular even after 400 years, primarily because they offer good looks and superior convenience in one package. [Read more…]
Aeris™ and Endure™ are two of ProVia’s hottest lines of windows today. They may have stark distinctions in design, but they share all the winning qualities homeowners love about ProVia. [Read more…]